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At 95620 Parmain, in a prime position with panoramic views across L’Isle-Adam this stunning bourgeois house is excellently situated for enjoying one of the most beautiful towns in the Ile de France with its schools, shops, market and restaurants, and for travel to Paris by train from the nearby station.
Built by Frédéric Nepveu and beautifully maintained, this historic house features oak parquet floors, marble fireplaces and high ceilings with moldings.
Ground floor: studio with kitchen, bedroom, shower room /WC and cellar.
First floor: double séjour of 58m2, dining room and kitchen opening out onto a paved terrace overlooking extensive gardens, WC, utility rooms and large office.
Second floor: 3 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, WC, and cinema room. Third floor: bedroom of 41m2 with dressing room and another bedroom.
Outside: WC, garden with fruit trees, extensive terraces, jacuzzi area, tennis court, old orangery used for garages and storage, off-road parking and woodland. Read more ...
Enjoying a commanding position with south facing views over L’Isle-Adam without vis-a-vis, this high status detached 6-bedroom stone house built in the 1830’s by Frédéric Nepveu (architect at the Chateau of Versailles) is just a short walk from the train station (Paris in 48 minutes), and a thriving town centre with a popular market, shops, restaurants and the leisure beach at L'Isle-Adam.
The house was built for nobility with close connections with the Chateau de Conti and is said to have once been linked to the Chateau by a tunnel. The house has plenty of original stonework, with high ceilings and large windows providing plenty of natural light to illuminate period features such as oak parquet floors, marble fireplaces and ceiling moldings.
The entrance to the house is through automatic gates, controlled by a remote security intercom system. The gates lead into an elegant courtyard with undercover parking in a series of vaulted outbuildings that were originally used as stables and as an orangery. The property is secure and private, with high walls around the house and garden.
An impressive ground floor entrance with a high vaulted ceiling gives access to the ground floor apartment comprising kitchen/dining room, shower room / WC and a large bedroom. The apartment also has independent exterior access. There’s also access to a wine cellar with an aeration system that assures perfect conditions for storing wine. From the entrance, a magnificent staircase leads up to the main living quarters of the house.
The first floor features a beautiful lounge and dining room of 58m2 with a marble fireplace, oak parquet floors and ceiling moldings. French doors lead onto a superb terrace overlooking the gardens. The dining room has a marble fireplace and enjoys views over L’Isle-Adam.
A landing leads to the staircase, WC, storage room and a large office which has French doors leading to terraces on both sides of the house.
The kitchen has access onto the south facing terrace that connects with the office and an outside jacuzzi area.
The second floor comprises 3 large bedrooms, a dressing room, bathroom with roll top bath, shower, and double wash basin. These rooms contain period marble fireplaces, moldings and oak parquet flooring and have great views across L’Isle-Adam. There is also a large cinema or games room.
The third floor comprises 2 bedrooms and a dressing room. The largest bedroom which is 41m2 can be transformed into a master bedroom with a dedicated bathroom. The rooms on this floor have incredible views to the east, south and west, with the Tour Eiffel visible on the horizon on a clear day.
The house comprises:
Ground floor (Ceiling height of 4.2m):
Entrance 13.5m2 with vaulted ceiling (ceiling height 4.2m).
A wine cellar 14m2 with aeration system to assure perfect conditions for keeping wine.
First floor (ceiling height 3.6m):
Lounge 36m2 with fireplace, oak parquet floor and ceiling moldings
Dining room 22m2
Breakfast room 15m2
Storage room 6m2
Second floor (ceiling height 3m):
Bedroom 1; 15m2 with balcony.
Bathroom with rolltop bath, shower, and double washbasins 7.5m2.
Bedroom 2; 15m2
Bedroom 3; 20m2
Dressing room 5m2
Shower room 4.5m2
Cinema room 39m2
Third floor (ceiling height 2.7m):
Bedroom 4; 15m2
Bedroom 5; 41m2
Dressing room 11m2
A self-contained apartment with independent access comprising of:
Bedroom (6) 23m2
Shower room / WC 2,5m2
Kitchen / Dining room 16m2
Date of construction: c1830
Windows: double glazed throughout.
Heating: gas central heating.
Roof: in good condition roof recently revised.
Shutters: wooden shutters and roller shutters.
Alarm: High specification alarm system with video surveillance.
Intercom : high specification system with control panel on each floor and remote communication.
Fibre internet access.
Electricity: Recently updated with electrical control panels on each floor.
Outbuildings: Boiler room (with well), outside toilet, orangery, stables and under cover parking totaling 222m2.
Gardens: Beautiful mature gardens with fruit trees, tennis court, garden terrace and undercover jacuzzi area. A section of the woodland on the hillside immediately overlooking the garden is included in the sale. The garden has an extensive automatic watering system and a lighting system.
Excellent transport links, both locally and internationally. By train: SNCF line H 48 minutes from Isle-Adam - Parmain to Paris Gare du Nord (Eurostar, Thalys, Metro, RER and national rail network).
By car: 10 minutes from the A16 motorway and the national motorway network.
By plane: 30 minutes from Paris CDG airport by car.
Parmain is a town on the right bank of the river Oise, thirty kilometres north of Paris as the crow flies. The town is part of the natural and historical region of the French Vexin and is a founding member of the regional nature park of the same name. Together with L'Isle-Adam, the town on the other side of the river, it forms a conurbation of about 16,000 inhabitants. The settlement dates back to the beginning of the 16th century and remains one of the most sought-after residential areas because of the excellent quality of life it offers.
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